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From peter royal <pro...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] On Fortress Forking
Date Wed, 21 Apr 2004 19:41:07 GMT
On Apr 21, 2004, at 1:32 AM, Noel J. Bergman wrote:
> How would you propose structuring Avalon?  My strawman is that we have:

very similar to what you have laid out..

>   - Frameworks (contracts, TCK, optional shared implementation)

Contracts being Hedman-style .. piecemeal, not "all or nothing"

>   - Components (library of reusable parts, which ought to increasingly
>     consist of adapters, that run on most containers -- the agreement
>     ought to be that we start by documenting which ones run in which
>     container(s), strive for WORA, and move as quickly as practical to
>     a state where the container can determine whether or not it and
>     the component are compatible).
>
>   - Containers

agreed.

> More importantly, how would we deal with the Community issues?  Would 
> we
> need to establish separate mailing lists?  How would we manage the 
> contracts
> area?

That's the kicker. We used to have separate mailing lists for phoenix 
and components. The "problem" was that Phoenix development happened on 
the phoenix list and not everyone was subscribed. Thus everything was 
forced back into a single dev list.

Although I can't speak for everyone, the environment at Avalon has been 
gradually wearing me down (witness most everyone else with a long 
Avalon history that has fled). Thus "extracting" the code bases that I 
care about and leaving the community drama behind is very appealing to 
me.
-pete


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